Sean Carbone

Sean Carbone

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Pop - Classic | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,339   
Member Since: 2009
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Plays:

10

Story Behind the Song

We set out to write a swinging tongue in cheek type of song. Dean Martin and Sinatra heavily in mind.

Lyrics

INTRO

I would often wonder if I'd hear any thunder
When someone came and stole my heart.

VERSE 1

I always heard that living life was fun
But I was having dinner served for one
Then you came along like the best part of a song
Now it's good to be Lucky Me.

VERSE 2

I always heard that love was something nice
Bittersweet, mixed with paradise.
Now it's plain to see there's no one else for me.
Feels like destiny. Lucky Me.

BRIDGE 1

When you have someone who loves you.
I guess that kind of makes you lucky too.
There's a feeling you get maybe once in your life.
Now I 've got a feeling I'm falling for you.

VERSE 3

I always heard that love would come along.
I didn't know I've have to wait so long.
I'll take another chance and give in to romance.
Yes it's good to be Lucky Me.

BRIDGE 2

Now you have someone in love in love with you.
I guess that kind of makes you lucky too.
There's a feeling you get maybe once in your life.
Now I 've got a feeling I'm falling for you.

VERSE 4

I always heard that love was hard to find.
Now it seems that all the chips are mine.
Can't you see that I'm in love.
I'm a member of the club.

All my friends agree.
Feels like destiny.
Now it's good to be Lucky Me.
Yes it's good to be Lucky Me.

Song Length
3:15
Genres
Jazz - Standards, Jazz - Swing
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Glad

Similar Artist
Frank Sinatra
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Sean Carbone/Josh Nelson
Music Credits Sean Carbone/Josh Nelson
Publisher Credits boneworld music/steelbird music